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Marketing and subject titles be negative seems to work ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pauldb38, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. pauldb38

    pauldb38 Registered Member

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    Hi Guys and Girls ok i'm a newbie to all this and trying to get round what works and what doesn't to my surprise i found this what do you think and whats your experience.

    I had the same product same text from the vendor the only thing that changed was my title text, this works on email, twitter, facebook that i have tried so far with much the same results.

    Title text 1 Fix all your problems in 4 seconds at a click of the mouse, to start with i was getting around 28 hits a day
    (not much for the above marketing but i'm finding out the hard way as i'm a newbie)

    Titile text 2 This product makes me redundant !!! i'm getting around 120 + hits a day.

    When i say hits i mean people who have clicked on the link to my affiliate link. Ok not made a single sale on any of them as yet so i may need to look further into engaging adverts that make the punter say yes i want this product. I have been reading this forum for some time and seen some great examples of getting there links noticed blackhat and whitehat some making 1000's of links a day but yet they haven't had a single sale. To start of with i thought if they can't make a sale after doing all that whats the chance of me selling something, then it hit me there has to be a problem with the way its been marketed lets face it with 120 hits a day if its something popular it should sell like hot cakes?

    I know some will jump and say how can you make anything with so few hits but if you have a good product sold the right way even with 120 hits you should be making sales right ? Having a bad advert with 1000's of hits a day isn't going to make money either.

    I would love to hear your views and experiences on the above.


    Kind regards

    Paul.
     
  2. manking

    manking Regular Member

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    It doesn't matter how many clicks you get, if you sell something, only matters how many convert